The Bourne Identity - Book 2 Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 13 Summary

The chapter opens in the phone booth with St. Jacques still hysterical. Bourne is trying to calm her. She blames herself for Peter's death. Bourne says that it is his fault not hers. When St. Jacques tells Bourne that Peter was killed by being shot in the throat, Bourne is startled. Somehow, he knows it was Carlos. St. Jacques begins to calm down, and the two leave.

Borne and St. Jacques go to a Paris bookstore. They purchase magazines that have articles on Carlos. They take them back to the hotel to read. They learn that Carlos kills informers and others in his organization who betray him by shooting them in the throat. St. Jacques assumes that Peter was killed, because he would not give her up. A second article gives them more details about Carlos. Carlos has no political ideology but kills for profit...

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